Our course offerings cover a broad spectrum of Humanities and Science courses. You can easily search for your requirements in our extensive Fall and Spring Course Catalogues - just start browsing to create your perfect study programme!
You will earn Liverpool Hope Credits while you study with us. If you are on the one-semester Programme, you will earn a maximum of 60 credits. If you are on a full year Programme you will earm a maximum of 120 credits. See below for how our credits convert to your country's sytem.
Below is a list of subject areas that you can choose from - the course choices are different in the Spring and Fall, so if you are flexible about when you can study with us and you don't find what you are looking for in the Fall, try the Spring Semester catalogue.
We can usually offer courses in:
For full details of what is available in each subject, see the course listings below:
Liverpool Hope degrees are taught over three years and the courses you choose will be from Years One, Two or Three, sometimes referred to as Level C, I or H.
ECTS credits are a numerical value allocated to course units to describe the student workload required to complete them. They reflect the quantity of work each course requires in relation to the total quantity of work required to complete a full year of academic study. In ECTS 60 credits represent the workload for a full academic year of study. Correspondingly, 30 credits are normally given for a semester.
At Liverpool Hope, a student completing a full year of academic study will gain 120 Liverpool Hope credits. The ECTS equivalent of any Liverpool Hope module can normally be calculated by dividing by 2 (1 ECTS credit = 2 Liverpool Hope credits)
US Semester Hours transfer easily to Liverpool Hope (UK) Credits. The US Credits tend to reflect the amount of contact hours in a class room with a professor. Each semester students would normally take between 12-18 US Credits to have a full class load.
Students studying at Liverpool Hope for one semester would take 60 UK credits - this is the equivalent of between 12 and 16 US credits, depending on how the US institution decides to convert them.
A student completing a full year of academic study will gain 120 UK credits - this is the equivalent of 24 - 36 US credits, depending on how the US institution decides to convert them.